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I was drawn to this book since my vision has always been a challenge and because my eye doctor recommended it. I kept expecting more, and it never seemed to get to it. This was her memoirs though and her life is continuing from this book so there is more to her story, just not there yet. The only negative that prevents me from truly recommending this book to anyone is the constant vulgarity. I just about stopped listening several times due to the language, but kept hoping there was a good ending to the story in regards to her vision. Nothing in this book to keep reading for, for me.
What did you like best about Now I See You? What did you like least?
I appreciated how open and honest the author was about her life; however, I didn't like all the swearing because it seemed unnecessary.
What did you like best about this story?
It was an interesting memoir.
What does Nicole C. Kear bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
I think people can understand the author better when they narrate their own work.
Admittedly this book holds personal interest as I'm also an RP sufferer but Ms. Kear's narrative had me transfixed.here is one person who totally gets me as she so vividly described all that I went through, it's uncanny. Ms. Kear's narration was spot-on and her rendition of her grandmother's voice had me in stitches.